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Moon Lamp One Piece

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Moon Lamp One Piece by badbytes Jun 11, 2017
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Moon Lamp One Piece by badbytes is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Moon lamp joined as one piece.

Added lower resolution versions.

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Printer:

Wilson II

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Doesn't Matter

Resolution:

.2mm

Infill:

15%

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I'm having a heck of a time getting this to print good. I've printed the split version 3 times now and was hoping to get this one going, but it keeps prying up a little during print and getting caught on my bed sensor which then throw off the extruder. I think I'm going to try a little infill to stop it from bowing.

I'm sorry to hear it is not printing well for you. It is the exactly same model, just "glued" the models together, so I don't know why it would be more problematic, except it doubles the print time and increases the mass and thus torque on the model on the bed. That said, it is not a heavy model.
I would try about 5mm or more of brim.
Anyway, let me know if it works or not, I wouldn't want to waste peoples time with a bad model.
Cheers

Yeah, had to use a little infill(15%) as that kept the inner smooth wall from separating and peeling up and grabbing the bed sensor. 11 hours into a 19 hour print and all should end well.

Yeah, it was a mistake on my part in setting the recommended infill to 0% (typo). Definitely needs something between the walls. I printed at 15% as well.

Yeah, I'm not giving up yet. It probably would be fine if I was printing PLA but using ABS. its early on in the print that its messing up, which makes no sense since as I said I printed the split model 3 times so far, but I did use infill, so trying that now.

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